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Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back to preview the Miami Open in Florida in their latest Podcast.
While Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep were too good in taking their respective titles in Indian Wells, the tennis scene quickly switching gears to the hard-courts of Miami. Will Djokovic repeat his title in Key Biscayne, or will Rafa Nadal finally capture the only North American hard-court title that has eluded him. Finally, how fit will Serena Williams be for this week’s event?
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Bad matches are not exclusive to women.
You are right, Amy Bee. But at this level, you will seldom see the men disappoint at the finals stage. In the case of the IW women’s final, both players played poorly for the entire match.
Ferrer v Murray, Miami 2013 F, wasn’t a particularly good final.
It wasn’t that good but there was still a lot of grit out there. Jankovic knew she was lucky to even be in the final and that her skills have diminished over the years. Plus, the physicality of that men’s final was far tougher than the IW 2015 women’s final.